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    Types of agile testing

    Hi all

    Can any one please tell me the different types og agile testing?

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    Re: Types of agile testing


    There is two type of testing

    1)SCRUM
    2)Extrem Programing Language

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    Re: Types of agile testing

    [ QUOTE ]
    Extrem Programing Language

    [/ QUOTE ]

    Are you sure?
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    Re: Types of agile testing

    [ QUOTE ]

    There is two type of testing

    1)SCRUM
    2)Extrem Programing Language

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    Kishore

    [/ QUOTE ]

    These are not types of Agile testing! They both are Agile models.
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    Re: Types of agile testing

    There are 2 types

    1. agile - where it is done properly

    2. 'agile' - where people think or say they are doing it but it bears no resemblance to the agile testing in #1

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    Re: Types of agile testing

    Can u plz elaborate this with an example?

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    Anmol

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    Re: Types of agile testing

    Anmol, even though this is off-topic relative to "Types of agile testing", <font color="brown">below</font> is an example and a Quick and Light test procedure as part of a quiz for you. Please humor me and tell me which software development methodology it is used in.

    1. Waterfall
    2. Spiral
    3. RAD
    4. Agile
    5. Other - if so, name it.

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    Re: Types of agile testing

    Anmol, points (opinions) about the above is that you cannot generally determine the development methodology by an artifact such as a test procedure. Testing is testing regardless of the development methodology.

    Caveat: I am not 100% sure about Agile due to limited exposure.

    Despite the need to be familiar with a methodology, if you wish to learn about software and systems testing, focus on those learnings first.

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    Re: Types of agile testing

    I'm confused at what you're trying to find out in the original question.

    I think there are 2 mainstream practices in Agile, TDD and ATDD. 1 being a more general term dictating that tests needs to provided for checked in code for a Task/Story to be considered complete. Where ATDD is a stricter practice involving that all test be written prior to coding. Both usually requires all tests to pass for a Task/Story to be considered complete.

    Other than that, I think most software testing is the same whether the same set of steps are done formally or informally.
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    Re: Types of agile testing

    TDD comes more from the Extreme Programming methodology and not Agile, so does ATDD (though I must admit I couldn't remember that one and had to look it up).

    Agile has different test concepts added afterwards, the original methodology is more about managing projects and requirements it doesn't address testing at all.
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